Should You Do Scrum?

"It is not the strongest of the species teams that survives, nor the most intelligent. It is the one that is most adaptable to change."

That should be a good enough reason for all teams out there to adopt Scrum, from wedding planners to construction companies. But that isn't always the case and if you stick around, you're going to find out why.

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Symfony2: Doctrine 2 Entity Listeners

When working on a little more complex application is inevitable that we'll get to the point when we need to trigger an action when something happens somewhere in our application. Quite often is the case that we need to bind our actions to an entity, like for example notify all subscribers to a blog post that the post they are following has changed.

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Test Drive: Google's Polymer

Before we get started there is one thing we have to know: the latest version of Polymer at this moment is 0.5.4 and it was launched on January 28th, 2015 and is still in developer preview.

This should give us an idea about the stage of this technology and make us ask ourselves if it really is ready to be used on production?

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Linux Commands Every Web Developer Should Know

Here's a list of Linux commands I found very useful throughout the years. You might want to bookmark it as you'll surely need it again someday.

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